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What we do!



While we commonly think of using acupuncture for pain, it can be used for many conditions. These include:  arthritis, acute and chronic pain, chronic skin and ear infections, incontinence, chronic vomiting or diarrhea, IBD,  infertility, behavior concerns, paralysis, seizures, vestibular disease, urinary concerns,  etc.

Acupuncture is a safe and effective modality.  An acupuncturist inserts tiny needles into very specific points on the body.  These needles directly stimulate the nervous system, increasing blood flow and nerve conduction.   This results in release of neurotransmitters which effect the body's neurological, immune, hormonal, and musculoskeletal systems.  

For her patients who may be a bit too busy or reactive to needles, Dr Radwan has a Class 3b Super pulsed laser acupuncture "needle" that works as well as traditional needles in most patients.  Instead of inserting a needle into the acupuncture point, it inserts photons.



Chiropractic is a gentle manual technique used to improve mobility and function  of the spine and extremities restoring more  normal function and comfort.    Dr. Radwan will often adjust pets during their regular wellness appointment, when no symptoms are outwardly present, but she has found something amiss on her palpation exam.   Frequently, after an adjustment, a client will call to report that their pet is resuming activity they hadn't even noticed the pet had stopped doing.  We often hear the cat is jumping on the kitchen counters again, or the dog can jump in the car again without assistance.


Chiropractic can benefit athletes,  injured, or aging pets, .  Sometimes slowing down is actually pain or dysfunction, and not just age.

Herbal Medicine

Dr. Radwan uses Traditional Chinese herbs as well as Western herbs to treat her patients.  The herbs are a tailored prescription for each patient, and usually used on a short term basis of weeks to months, rather than for a lifetime.  


While Dr. Radwan tries to approach pets from a more natural perspective, she will sometimes need to put a pet on traditional medications.  This is integrative medicine.  While many pets will benefit from more holistic modalities, when they need meds, they need meds.  If she is seeing your dog for chronic ear infections, she may prescribe antibiotics and pain meds for the infection.  However, she will work to find the root cause of the infection, aiming to restore health and prevent future infections.


Nutraceuticals are products like fish oil and glucosamine.  They are used to support normal function of the body.  There is a lot of research showing how these work, and how they benefit the body.  While widely available, it is often difficult to determine which ones are appropriate for your pet.    Dr. Radwan will make recommendations based on research, and  tailored to your pet's needs.


Hippocrates said "everyone has a doctor in him or her, we just have to help it in its work.  The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well.  Our food should be our medicine.  Our medicine should be our food".  

Proper nutrition really is the foundation for good health.   With the myriad of diets available,  big names, small names, holistic, grain free, natural, vegan, raw, dehydrated, it can get pretty confusing out there.  Dr. Radwan addresses nutrition for every patient she sees.    She is happy to discuss client preferences and come to the best recommendation for your pet.

Physical therapy and Tui na

When we think of recovery from an injury, we often think the endpoint is the visible  healing of an incision, that surgical aftercare has ended and your pet is released to normal activity, the pain is gone, etc.  Perhaps we should rethink the process.  Should we not aim for restoration of normal function, not just mechanical healing?  What predisposed the pet to the injury?

When we think of our pets aging, do we think of them aging well?  Is there more to healthy aging than going for a walk every day?  Is there something we can do to keep our pets in optimal condition for as long as possible?  

Physical therapy can help.  Dr. Radwan will administer treatments, as well as prescribe exercises to do  at home.    This often involves a balance board or fitness ball, stairs, and floor exercises.

Tui Na is a traditional Chinese modality that lies somewhere between chiropractic and massage.  Dr. Radwan will likely give you instructions for home care using tui na.

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